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SIR WATKIN W. WYNN AND THE MERION- ETHSHIRE ELECTION. The following address has been presented to Sir Watlciia W. Wynn from his tenantry at Bala, protesting against the insulting treatment which the baronet received, and stating that they voted for Colonel Tottenham entirely of their own free will To Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, Barond.-HeriondAAim Election, 1870. We, your undersigned tenants, being deeply grieved by the disgraceful manner in which you were treated by the radical rabb'e at Bala, on the polling day, beg to express our strongest feelicgs of indignation and regret that you should have been insulted or annoyed in any way. We had not believed it possible that Welshmen would be found so lost to everything manly and decent as to have resorted to such disgusting behaviour. We at the same time are glad of an opportunity of stating that we suppoirted Colonel Tottenham heartily, and recorded our votes for him entirely of our own free will, without attempt at coercion or pressure of any kind. Being assured by your many kindnesses of your good wishes towards us, we have at all times great pleasure in co-operating with you, and we beg to remain very gratefully Your tenants, Edward Morris, Pantsaer, Thomas Williams, Rhydsarn, Thos. Davies, Weirglodd-ddu, Zecharia Jones, Pantymarch, William Jones, Tynant, Robert Jones, Tynant, Morris Peter, Rhydwen, Cadwaladr Humphreys, Maesmeillion, John Roberts, Vedw David Jones, Rhydbod, Cadwaladr Jones, Llechweddalchea Simon Jones, Nanthir, William Hughes, G-ist Inn, Robt. Jones, Bryniau, John Evans, Cwmffynon, David Pagh, Blaenllew-isaf, Robert Evans, Cwmtylo, William Jones, Coedtaloe, John Roberts, Plasmadog, Thomas Jones, Cefngwyn, William Thomas, Eagles Inn, David Jones, Blaenycwm, Owen Evans, Cwmonen, CacI- waladr Jones, Bryn, David Davies, Brynllech, Robert Parry, Brynilech, Thomas Jones, Tanrbvrlch, Cadwaladr Jones, Bryn- hynod, John Jones, Brauchycennant, Edward Jones, Gyin,Hugk Edward*, Tynyfedw, David Williams, Tyddyn'ronen, Lewis Jones, Pantgwyn, Griffith Evans, Brynbedwog, Robert Williams, Dolhendre, Edward Edwards, Penygeulan, Richard Jones, Ty- mawr, Henry Parry, Tyddynllowarch, Hngh Edwards, Tycerrig, John Jones, Hendremawr, Edward Rowland", Dwrnudon, John Jones, Mae.-gwyn, Hugh Jones, Bryncaled, John Jones, Wern, Evan Edwards, Drwsynant, William Price, Ronwydi, David Roberts, L'ettycrypyl, David Roberts, Pyrse, Morris Jones, Eithinfynydd, Toomas Edwards, Tydy, Edward Edwards, Tycer- rig, Henry Jones, Gwerngryg, Robert Jones, LlwynUwydyn, Ho .vell Jones, Llwyngwern, John Jones, Pantglyd, John Jones, L6n, John Jones, Drwscaergwenyn, Robert Jones, Llwyngwern, Thomas Jones, Deildre, Rowland Rowland, Madog, Owen Edwards, Coadypry, John Rowland, Dolfydar, John Jones, New Inn, Jol.n Humphreys, Tynllechwodd, Henry Jones, Cefnprys, William Jones, Tycerrig, Owen Owens, Cerrigllwydion. Llanuwchllyn, 22ad January, 1870.

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